Livingston is a bit more laid back than Bozeman. People still linger over coffee and spend time chatting with friends they see on the street. Travel time is nothing, morning commutes average less than 20 minutes, and overall, it’s more affordable than Bozeman. The median sales price of a home as of October 2020 is $323, 875.
Situated on the banks of the Yellowstone, flanked by the Crazy and Yellowstone Mountain Ranges, the views are phenomenal. Livingston is home to serious anglers, mountaineers, artists, and entrepreneurs.
For a small town, there are multiple options for buyers. Downtown Livingston is full of older, craftsman style homes with historic significance. These neighborhoods are within walking distance to most everything, (a bonus during the summer months when Mark’s In-and-Out is open!) Homes around the downtown area have an old-world charm; quaint, with interesting details and nice yards.
You’ll find mid-century architecture on the south and west side of town. These homes are characterized by a more contemporary aesthetic. If you prefer newer construction with a slightly larger footprint, the west end of town holds options such as the Northern Lights Subdivision.
North of Livingston, in the breathtaking Paradise Valley, you’ll find a little more room to roam. These homes generally come with acreage and some spectacular views. They don’t come on the market very often, so if you have your heart set on living in this pristine part of Montana, let us know, we’ll keep a diligent eye out.